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“What do they expect us to do, go to the library?” a wrap-up of the SOPAstrike

I was surprised by how much activity there was yesterday over SOPA/PIPA. If you’ve been following along you’ll know that SOPA/PIPA are the House and Senate versions of a bill that has been proposed in order to manage the fact … Continue reading

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Getting serious about SOPA – what librarians need to do

Original image thanks to Christopher Dombres and Creative Commons licensing. I oppose SOPA unequivocally; it’s vague, it’s anti-free-speech, and it won’t solve the problem it’s designed to combat. One of the things that is tricky about SOPA–the legislation moving through … Continue reading

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